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boosters, new jersey governor chris christie, being there with president obama saying sort of,"to hell with politics, this is about people's lives." t think we could see a similar endorsement or chris christie says president obama is best on this issue? >> i doubt he would actually say that in so many words. but i think he actually did say something with body language an@ with political theater. it is a very, very important distinction. you saw chris christie snap into pragmatic governor mode, and mode much more similar to the way, for example, mike bloomberg conducts himself as mayor of the city. sure, his ideological views, but when there is a real crunch and a real need for leadership, he is not going to stand on -- he is not going to lean toward political posturing and certainly is not going at that point to pretend that the federal government has nothing to do with the health and welfare of american society. i think chris christie was communicating something significant in how he worked with the president and singled out the president's -- by the way, singled out fema for administ
have been praised by a republican, chris christie. mitt romney turned his campaign stops in to storm relief events, hoping to stay in the picture. >> i would like to ask those of you here today to think about making a contribution to the red cross or another relief agency. to help those that you can in any way you can imagine. >> but no one knows how the hurricane is going to impact the election in a week, especially if millions are still without power. the storm has caused some $20 billion in damages and $30 billion in economic losses. the floodwaters that poured into the subway will be the biggest obstacle to recovery. >> this vibrant, resilience city is going to try to regain a sense of normality the day. the stock exchange is hoping to reopen. as you can tell from the water in the tunnel behind me, there is still a long, wet road ahead. >> huge challenges ahead, president obama will be making his way to new jersey in the coming hours to assess the damage for himself. speaking to an i.t. analyst in new jersey, ross, thank you for joining us. as the day breaks on new jersey, i gues
. president obama joined governor chris christie earlier in the day to survey the damage to new jersey's coast. >> for those like the people i just had the chance to meet on this block and thought new jersey, throughout the region whose lives have been upended, my second message is we are here for you, and we will not forget. we will follow up to make sure that you get all the help that you need until you've rebuilt. >> what i said yesterday i really mean. there has got to be sorrow, and you see that, and the president has seen that today, in the eyes and faces of a lot of the folks he's met, and that sorrow is appropriate. we suffered some loss. luckily we haven't suffered that much loss of life, and we thank god for that. but we have suffered losses, and this is the worst storm that i've seen if my lifetime in this state but we cannot permit that sorrow to replaces the resilience they know all new jerseyans have. >> rose: after andrew cuomo of new york early today completed touring the region. he shared his impressions while discussing the state's recovery at a press conference. >> given the
of his republican opponents, mitt romney's biggest cheerleaders, new jersey governor chris christie. >> he has worked incredibly closely with me since before the storm hit. i think this is our sixth conversation since the weekend, and it's been a great working relationship. >> manaloking, new jersey, was already suffering from severe storm damage. in new york city, life remains interrupted. the halloween parade was cancelled, and many residents endured a third scary night in the dark with the main source of life coming from the cars on the road. another terrifying light lit you want sky on monday. this amateur video, posted on youtube, captures the moment when a transformer exploded, knocking out power to more than 300,000 customers in manhattan. and the lack of power is still causing problems. more than 200 patients at bellvue had to be evacuated after their generator failed and the basement flooded. >> i want to thank the national guard, who have been absolutely fabulous, working tirelessly to carry patients down as many as 18 flights of stairs. they also helped us perform a human
, for the sale of the promotion 58 sale of her clothes at christies. then tom ford asked me to do his campaign for guchi when he was there for ten years, i worked with him. and maybe that was what really put me in the world of fashion as a photographer. >> rose: have there been times in this career in which you worried that maybe it was not going to work the way you thought it was. >> you know. >> rose: when a magazine night have stopped calling or something like that. >> i think that there is that fear all the time. i don't really know. i'm a freelance, so even though last year i turned 30 in my profession, i think that there is no assurance. i was saying if you win a gold medal at the olympics doesn't mean will you win it next year. and you know it's the same with us. i think we are only as good as our last job. and as much as people can tell you oh you have really made it, in my head i don't think you ever really make anything because i mean it's like you. you have an amazing reputation but who knows whether next year, you know. we hope not. >> rose: don't remind me. but no that's true. >>
bloomberg, governor christie have done a good job about being calm. that's one of the things dr. grossman was saying, why did this happen what's going on, he walked out in the rain and spoke to the press. >> rose: right. so hospitals today are equipped to respond to these kinds of emergencies. we talked about generators. what else do we need from our best hospitals when we face this kind of emergency? >> well, we are trained in columbia presbyterian, new york presbyterian at columbia, we changed the name. i've been there too long. we are the command center and go through drills what to do during emergencies. during 9/11 up i went, we were command center, everybody knew what to do. of course there was nothing to do up there because there were no survivors that went up there. we go through drills that involve moving people into special care centers. i'm sure that in this case, one of the big fears aside from the electricity running out in the hospital and then the babies not having enough oxygen or medicine was they're being moved to all these different hospitals. charlie in the now -- fo
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